Quilting Arts Magazine

in the SPOTLIGHT Rebecca Schopp

My journey creating the Brain Series started with a personal struggle with mental illness. My doctor told me that I would be on medication for the rest of my life. I really had to stop and think about that—the rest of my life—yet I felt the treatment plan of medication and therapy weren’t working.

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